Writers’ Trust finalists probe Indigenous injustice, Canada-China relations, Ottawa on international stage
Plus, politicians learn raccoons might just be a uniquely Canadian creature, where we also apparently fold, never cut, our lettuce.
This year's shortlisted books for the Writers' Trust of Canada's Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing dive into timely topics like Canada-China relations and Indigenous injustice. The winner taking home the grand prize of $25,000 will be named at a digital gala in September. Book cover images courtesy of UBC Press, McClelland & Stewart, Cormorant Books, Simon & Schuster Canada, and McGill-Queen's University Press